When it comes to philanthropy and corporate giving, Neuger gives in several ways, including cash donations, in-kind gifts, sponsorships and cause-related marketing.
Neuger has supported more than 50 organizations through sponsorships and donations.
Pro bono work
Neuger has provided pro bono support to more than 10 nonprofit organizations.
Of pre-tax earnings are donated to charitable causes.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
In addition to living our values, our civic responsibility program includes our commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion to ensure that a range of perspectives and experiences are recognized, embraced and incorporated into our operations.
One of our primary goals is to support nonprofit clients that have a commitment to improving the health, well-being and economic prosperity of our communities – with inclusiveness as a fundamental principle. When we choose an organization to contribute to and/or work with, we look for community-focused opportunities that are mutually beneficial and conducive to growth and engagement. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: education, environment, social services, community engagement and issues awareness.
- Clean River Partners (CRP), formerly Cannon River Watershed Partnership (CRWP)
- Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota
- HealthFinders Collaborative
- Healthy Community Initiative
- Keystone Community Services
- Laura Baker Services Association
- Minnesota Masonic Charities
- Salvation Army
- Whispers of Hope
- Wilder Foundation
- Wilderness Inquiry
- WoMN ACT
Employee Giving & Volunteering
Neuger sponsors an employee gift matching program that matches dollar-for-dollar up to a $500 gift to any 501(c)(3) organization of each employee’s choosing. Neuger allows employees to invest up to five percent of their time (based on a 40-hour week) to volunteer for charitable causes that are important to them. Over the past five years, we estimate that virtually every employee across our small agency has been involved in volunteering, contributing to a cumulative total of more than 7,500 hours – including participation in more than a dozen nonprofit and government boards.
Supporting the Common Good
Our Common Good Breakfast Series supports our commitment to the communities we serve while promoting professional development, industry networking and employee engagement. Typically hosted three times per year, the series showcases innovative people, businesses and nonprofits that are taking uncommon actions to solve challenges and create opportunities.